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  • MAPP PHASE 4: IDENTIFY STRATEGIC

    ISSUES

    June & July 2015

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    Table of Contents

    Executive Summary..3

    MAPP Phase 4: Identify Strategic Issues Participants

    Part 1...4

    Part 2...5

    The Process.....6

    The Results..7

    Meeting Evaluation....7

    Appendices

    Identifying Strategic Issues Part 1 Homework

    Identify Strategic Issues Part 1 Agenda

    Identifying Strategic Issues Part 1 Worksheet

    Identify Strategic Issues Part 1 Evaluation

    MAPP: Phase 4 Identify Strategic Issues Strategic Issues Identified from Phase

    3 Assessments

    Identify Strategic Issues Part 2 Agenda

    Livingston County MAPP Phase 4 Part 2 Identify Strategic Issues Affinity

    Diagram

    Livingston County MAPP Phase 4 Part 2 Identify Strategic Issues

    Prioritization Voting Scores

    Identify Strategic Issues Part 2 Evaluation

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    Executive

    Summary

    The fourth phase of the MAPP process consisted of the identification of strategic issues.

    Strategic issues represent the critical challenges that must be addressed, as well as opportunities

    to be capitalized on, in order for a community to achieve its vision. Using the data gathered from

    the four assessments conducted during Phase 3 of the MAPP process, MAPP participants identified

    the following ten strategic issues and prioritized them in impact order (highest to lowest) during

    the June and July 2015 MAPP meetings.

    1. Substance Abuse

    2. Health Education/Promotion

    3. Mental Health

    4. Healthcare Integration

    5. Communication

    6. Dental Health

    7. Chronic Disease

    8. Transportation

    9. Affordable Housing

    10. Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    These prioritized strategic issues will provide the foundation for the development of the

    MAPP Teams goals and strategies to be developed during Phase 5 of the MAPP process.

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    MAPP IDENTIFY STRATEGIC ISSUES

    Part 1 Participants

    Human Services Collaborative Body

    Anne Rennie

    LACASA/CASA/WHMI

    Marcia Jablonski

    Livingston County Board of

    Commissioners

    Gary Childs

    Livingston County Catholic Charities

    Kaitlin Fink

    Mark T. Robinson

    Livingston County Circuit Court

    John Evans

    Livingston County Community Mental

    Health

    Connie Conklin

    Livingston County Department of

    Public Health

    Amy Pendell

    Dianne McCormick

    Elaine Brown

    Lisa Sanchez

    Livingston County Human Resources

    Jennifer Slater

    Livingston County Sheriffs Office

    Mike Murphy

    Livingston County United Way

    Nancy Rosso

    Livingston Educational Service Agency

    Mary Beno

    Livingston Essential Transportation

    Service

    Doug Britz

    Livingston Prisoner Reentry

    Katie Bronson-Kim

    Marion Township, Township Supervisor

    Bob Hanvey

    Michigan Department of Health and

    Human Services

    Renee Adorjan

    Oceola Township, Township Trustee

    Lance Schumacher

    Pharmacist

    Robert Herbst

    Recycle Livingston

    Mary Hunt

    Resident

    Cheryl Schott

    Leslie Aaron

    St. John Providence

    Lou Bischoff

    Trinity Health St. Joseph Mercy

    Hospital

    Chris Stokes

    Vina Dental

    Dr. Christine Love

    Work Skills

    Stephanie May

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    MAPP IDENTIFY STRATEGIC ISSUES

    Part 2 Participants

    Area Agency on Aging 1-B

    Melodie Valvano

    Great Start Livingston

    Robin Schutz

    LACASA/CASA/WHMI

    Marcia Jablonski

    Livingston County Board of

    Commissioners

    Gary Childs

    Livingston County Catholic Charities

    Kaitlin Fink

    Livingston County Circuit Court

    John Evans

    Livingston County Department of Public

    Health

    Amy Pendell

    Dianne McCormick

    Don Lawrenchuk

    Elaine Brown

    Lisa Sanchez

    Matt Bolang

    Livingston County Sheriffs Office

    Mike Murphy

    Livingston County United Way

    Nancy Rosso

    Livingston Essential Transportation

    Service

    Doug Britz

    Livingston Prisoner Reentry

    Katie Bronson-Kim

    Marion Township, Township Supervisor

    Bob Hanvey

    Michigan Department of Health and

    Human Services

    Renee Adorjan

    Oceola Township, Township Trustee

    Lance Schuhmacher

    Pharmacist

    Robert Herbst

    Putnam Township, Township Supervisor

    Ron Rau

    Recycle Livingston

    Mary Hunt

    Resident

    Cheryl Schott

    Emily Hamilton

    Leslie Aaron

    Trinity Health St. Joseph Mercy

    Hospital

    Chris Stokes

    Work Skills

    Marcia Ransom

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    The Process

    Phase 4 of the MAPP process began with the dissemination of the data reports from the

    four MAPP assessments conducted during Phase 3 (Community Health Status Assessment,

    Community Themes and Strengths Assessment, Forces of Change Assessment, and Local Public

    Health System Assessment). Upon participants RSVP for the June 11th, 2015 meeting, each MAPP

    Team member was assigned to one of the four Phase 3 assessments and was provided with an

    Identify Strategic Issues Worksheet (Appendix). The worksheet was designed to facilitate

    brainstorming of strategic issues present in their assigned MAPP assessment prior to the meeting.

    On June 11th, 2015 the MAPP Team conducted the first part of the process to identify

    strategic issues. Participants received a brief overview of the MAPP process, as well as an in-depth

    description of the goals for Phase 4 and what constitutes a strategic issue. After the presentation,

    participants convened with their pre-assigned MAPP Phase 3 report groups to identify the strategic

    issues that stood out in their assigned reports using the Livingston County MAPP Team:

    Identifying Strategic Issues (Part 1) handout (Appendix). At the conclusion of the meeting each of

    the four groups shared with the MAPP Team the identified strategic issues from their Phase 3

    report and turned in their completed Livingston County MAPP Team: Identifying Strategic Issues

    (Part 1) handout. The strategic issues from each of the four Phase 3 reports were compiled into a

    final list to be used when determining the primary strategic issues for Livingston County during the

    second part of Phase 4: Identify Strategic Issues. At the conclusion of the meeting participants

    completed a meeting evaluation (Appendix) and were provided with a session summary and the

    next steps.

    The second part of Phase 4 was conducted on July 16th, 2015. During this meeting the

    identified strategic issues for each of the Phase 3 reports from Part 1 were consolidated into 10

    main strategic issues. These issues were determined to be essential in order to achieve the MAPP

    Teams vision. Prior to the meeting, MAPP Team participants were provided with the strategic

    issues for each Phase 3 report, which were developed at the previous MAPP meeting. The meeting

    began with a summary of the MAPP process, an overview of the Phase 4 goals, and the definition

    of a strategic issue. The MAPP Team as a whole then completed an affinity diagram by grouping

    the identified Phase 3 report strategic issues by commonalities to determine the main strategic

    issues for Livingston County to address in the next five years. The strategic issues identified from

    the Phase 3 reports were recorded on colored sticky notes corresponding to the report from

    which they came from prior to the meeting. This helped participants to visualize which affinity

    diagram themes included ideas from each of the four Phase 3 reports when determining the final

    list of strategic issues. The final affinity diagram can be found in the appendix.

    Following the completion of the affinity diagram and the determination of the final primary

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    strategic issues, participants were asked to participate in a prioritization activity in which they

    were given four voting stickers and instructed to use the stickers to prioritize the strategic issues

    based on impact order. Each participant was allowed to vote for the same strategic issue up to

    four times (Appendix). The session concluded with ensuring group consensus on the strategic

    prioritization order. Participants were asked to complete a meeting evaluation (Appendix). A

    session summary, as well as the next steps in the MAPP process were announced.

    The Results

    Strategic issues identified from the Phase 3 assessments during Part 1 of Phase 4

    (Appendix) were consolidated into 10 primary strategic issues for Livingston County during Phase

    4: Part 2. These identified issues were then prioritized in impact order as follows:

    1. Substance Abuse

    2. Health Education/Promotion

    3. Mental Health

    4. Healthcare Integration

    5. Communication

    6. Dental Health

    7. Chronic Disease

    8. Transportation

    9. Affordable Housing

    10. Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    The finalized